Art Enriches Kaleidoscope Of Minds That We Call Humanity



Kylie Bio

Kylie Supski is a Polish-Australian poet, performer & photographer.
She strongly believes that art gives us a better understanding of ourselves and through this it improves and enriches the collection of our minds that we call humanity.
Kylie is greatly concerned with using art as a method of speaking out about social, economic and political inequality, with many of her works interrogations of power, politics & her experiences as a transgender woman.
In 2014, she was involved with “Queering the Body” (TheatreWorks), & the “Gl*ry” Project (VCA) during the 2014 AIDS Conference.
In 2015, she collaborated on “The 10thCs” (Metanoia Theatre), an immersive play.
In 2016 she was the winner of the Melbourne Spoken Word Prize.
In 2017-2018, Kylie was part of the “Collage” workshops (The Burrow), and had numerous multimedia works published in Burning House Press (UK).
In 2019 she collaborated on “Incomplete Infinities”, an experimental performance work involving spoken word performance, 8 channel spatial sound design & visual projections made in VR.
Despite the lockdown of 2020, Kylie has already had work featured online in the Panacea Poets (Queensland Poetry Festival), Petrichor (UK), and Burning House Press (UK).